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Ice Dancer Continues to Improve in Competitions

Earlier this month, East Aurora resident Kaitlin Hawayek and her ice dance partner, Jean-Luc Baker, qualified to be the alternate team for the Olympic games in February. They placed fourth overall and earned the pewter medal while competing at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in San Jose, CA. This is the highest placement they have every qualified for in an ice skating competition, and they began training together in 2012.

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Outdoor Expo in Niagara Falls This Weekend
Updated: January 17, 2018 - 12:17 pm

Every now and then, all of us are blessed with the opportunity to realize that we live in a very special place. The Greater Niagara Region is home to what many describe as the most diverse and exciting freshwater sport fishery in the country.

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East Aurora Resident Gains a New Grip with Prosthetic Donation
Posted: January 17, 2018

Marcie Nowicki lifts a disposable paper cup to her lips with her left hand, taking a small sip of coffee from the steaming mug. This is a mundane act for many, but a newly acquired skill for Marcie.

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Marilla Post Office Could Lead to Changes for Historical Group
Posted: January 17, 2018

At a recent Marilla Town Board meeting, the board agreed to terminate and renegotiate the contract between the town and the Marilla Historical Society.

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Iroquois Rejects Athletic Propositions
Posted: January 17, 2018

Although two athletic propositions were rejected by voters on Jan. 10 in a district capital project referendum, the Iroquois Sports Complex Committee (ISCC) believes the results were hurt by actions of the Iroquois Central School District’s Board of Education.

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District Sees Savings, Still Struggling with Reserve Accounts
Posted: January 17, 2018

At this point in the school year, East Aurora is realizing savings from cuts last year and lower expenses from what was projected in the budget process.

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Board Begins New Year With New Councilman
Posted: January 17, 2018

The Wales Town Board made its annual 2018 board appointments and reappointments at its reorganizational on Jan. 9.

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Local Author Contributes to Traveling Sketchbook
Posted: January 17, 2018

 

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East Aurora Historic Commission Asks for Guidance
Posted: January 10, 2018

The East Aurora Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is asking the East Aurora Village Board to clarify the term ‘public space’ as it relates to interior spaces. After some discussion, the board asked village attorney Robert Pierce for guidance before creating an ordinance.

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Minor Adjustments Made to Town’s Organizational Chart
Posted: January 10, 2018

The start of each New Year brings about re-organizational meetings for town boards. The Aurora Town Board held its meeting on Jan. 8, approving annual appointments for its advisory boards and adjusting policies.

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Public Hearing Delayed on Plaza Sidewalk Expansion
Updated: January 10, 2018 - 12:42 pm

The East Aurora Village Board again delayed a public hearing regarding plans to expand sidewalks and add lights to the Aurora Village Shopping Center. Both the developer and board are waiting for the outcome at the Zoning Board of Appeals.

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Planning Board Supports Changes to Condo Plan
Posted: January 10, 2018

East Aurora’s Planning Commission agreed to recommend the changes for a condominium plan along Hamlin Avenue. The proposal will now go before the Village Board for further discussion and review.

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The Time Susan B. Anthony Didn’t Come to East Aurora

Women’s rights leader Susan B. Anthony was—and still is—revered on The Roycroft Campus. In fact, a room bears her name at The Roycroft Inn.

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